Postpartum Weight Loss Shouldn't Be Important - Babble (blog)

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About Baby's First Year

Monica Bielanko was born and raised on the wild frontier of late 1970's Utah. She once went to see an unknown band from Philly and three months later she married the guitar player. They are still hitched six years later. She lived in Brooklyn, New York for a few years and she misses the Big Apple bad. She works in TV news. She loves nachos and beer and music and books and her two black labs. Her heart belongs to her toddler, Violet and her newborn little boy, Henry. Oh yeah, she also likes wine. When she's not babbling you can find her at

Danielle Elwood is a Connecticut Mother to three, two boys, Camden, and Benjamin, and a surprise little girl Addison. She is married to William, a volunteer firefighter, and veteran Marine. Danielle's personal blog Momotics led to such projects as Lamaze's Giving Birth with Confidence. She's also a Lamaze Educated Childbirth Educator in Training, and Doula. She also enjoys photography when she isn't chasing around after her children. Be sure to catch her on Twitter @DanielleAElwood

Natalie Holbrook is a first-time mom and second-time New Yorker, living in a teensy apartment on Manhattan's Upper West Side. She loves a good Diet Coke, wandering aimlessly, and believes you can solve any of life's problems by asking 'What Would Anne Shirley Do?' She blogs at Nat The Fat Rat and really wants to be your friend.

Molly Thornberg is pregnant, again. After having a baby in March 2010 her and her husband Sean are keeping life interesting and the world populated by adding kid #4 to the mix this summer. In addition to raising her kids & growing #4, Molly is a working mom. She has a slight obsession with all things tech, blogging and capturing life digitally. When not babbling pregnancy on Babble she's blogging at

Selena Burgess is mother to 2 wee ones under 2. A city girl at heart, she is nestling into small-town life in Barrie, Ontario — nostalgic at times for her Toronto home-diggs. From the academic world of social work and a career focus with not-for-profit organizations, Selena now answers to mother-hood first. When the chaos permits, she is an artisan for her crafty business, le petit rĂªve and freelance Social Media Consultant for such clients as, Borealis Records. When not babbling here, she can be found in the kitchen, or contributing periodically to her own blog and the Twitterverse. In everything she does, Selena is proud of her Anishinaabe roots and is strongly supported by her partner; a web coding, family loving musician.

Melissa Jordan is a mother to two, the wife of a musician & stay-at-home dad, and works in marketing for a technology company. She started writing bad poetry in middle school and followed her passion all the way to university where she eventually majored in English. Her passion for the written word met its match when she discovered blogging. Dear Baby is an online narrative of her experiences with pregnancy and becoming a new mother. With a toddler daughter, Everly Veda, underfoot, and a newborn son, Arlo Redding, in her arms, she writes often about her experiences with natural childbirth, cloth diapering, family adventures, and the everyday trials and beauty she finds in navigating parenthood.

Casey Mullins is a writer, photographer and self proclaimed nice person living in Indianapolis with her attorney husband and two curly haired daughters. After six years of secondary infertility, her new baby Vivi proves that two very different babies can come from one very tired uterus. Casey has a deep and abiding love for sleeping babies, guacamole and the sound of lawnmowers in summer. Casey chronicles her high points (orgasms on treadmills!) and low points (so. much. depression.) on her unintentionally authentic personal blog, moosh in indy as well as twitter.

Roni Noone is a web publisher, healthy living blogger, social media fanatic and, of course, mom. She was happy with one child until her first started Kindergarten. Then the baby bug bit and bit hard. Join her as she nurses her newborn, helps the first with homework and runs her small business. Roni blogs about weight loss regularly at Roni's Weigh, about food on GreenLiteBites and now has the quirky Poops Butterflies as a creative outlet.

Madeline Petersen was born and raised a bargain shopper; pinching pennies from an early age. She writes a shopping and style blog devoted to dressing stylishly without breaking the bank at Uber Chic for Cheap. She firmly believes that shoes are the most important part of an outfit and that there is no such thing as too many cardigans. She works in Architecture and spends her summers with her husband commercial fishing in Alaska. She is a first time mother living with her husband and their sweet baby Tate in Salt Lake City. You can follow her on twitter.

Holly Whitney is an artist, a mother, and a teacher and writes about her life as all three at Artist Mother Teacher. Holly teaches design at a small NW Ohio college and spends her days off hanging out with her foxy musician husband, their ridiculously smart pre-school aged son, and their new baby born in September. Holly has a passion for food, photography, beautiful letter forms, and the possibilities that can be found in a single sheet of well made paper. Check out the artist part of her at Bird Doodle. And if you still want more of Holly, find her on Twitter under the once again super clever moniker of @ArtistMother.

12 Oct, 2011

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